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Article Posted: 09/08/2014

Another survey of consumer banking preferences, this time in the US carried out on behalf of the American Banking Association, has been published. According to the results, 31% of 1,000 adults ...

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Article Posted: 09/07/2014

TfL are about to roll out a swathe of payment options for travel on public transport around London. In addition to the very successful Oyster card, come September passengers will ...

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Article Posted: 09/07/2014

The FCA is proposing to introduce caps on pay day loan charges in an attempt to protect people who have turned to this form of loan from being exploited in ...

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Article Posted: 09/06/2014

Two recent reports have confirmed the continuing dominance of cash as a payment method. A new industry report, UK Cash & Cash Machines 2014, underlines the strong role cash continues to ...

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Article Posted: 09/06/2014

The British Retail Consortium's 2013 Retail Payments Survey highlights what it sees as an ever-increasing threat to merchant operations caused by the rise in card usage in the UK and ...

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Article Posted: 09/05/2014

It’s refreshing to hear a positive story regarding the future of branch banking in the UK. Graham Beale, Chief Executive of the Nationwide Building Society, clearly feels that there is ...

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Article Posted: 09/05/2014

According to a survey by YouGov, customers do not trust retailers with a presence in social media. Apparently over half of those surveyed by the research company claimed that ...

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Article Posted: 09/04/2014

In the past two weeks, RBS has announced the closure of 44 of its bank branches, citing a 30% fall in in-store transactions over the past few years as the ...

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Article Posted: 09/04/2014

Paym has arrived (for customers of some banks at least) – an initiative that, it is hoped, will make P2P payments in the UK easier while out and about. Apparently, ...

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Article Posted: 09/03/2014

This week the Payments Council announced the forthcoming launch of its new payments platform, 'Paym', which will enable consumers to pay securely using just a mobile number. The project is ...

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Complex Cards Business Transformation

"This was a major business transformation that required us to build an excellent team made up of internal bank specialists, supported by external card business, technical and operations expertise. Savantor provided specialists from the local market and with international experience to fill a variety of important roles. The Savantor resourcing team are professional, reliable and good people to work with."

Ricardo Gomez, Director - Operations & Technology - WiZink Bank - Spain

Payments Workshop Material

"Savantor helped ACI build a payments onboarding workshop for new technical staff in ACI EMEA. Their extensive experience took our outline and built a great starting presentation of industry facts that we have now customised further into a half day session that is used for all new joiners. Our Americas and APAC regions have also taken the material and customised it for their regions. A great job by Savantor has meant new joiners to ACI hit the ground running."

Richard Sanders, Principal Solution Consultant - ACI - Worldwide EMEA

EMV Migration Planning

"It was a strategic imperative for the bank to be EMV compliant for our payment cards and the experience that Savantor brought to the company has proved to be invaluable."

Eddie Sweeney, Chief Technology Officer - AIB Bank - Ireland

Platform Selection

"Savantor's support in our platform selection process has enabled us to sustain our profitability and positioning for the future. Their advice and guidance was essential to our decision-making."

Robert Lambert, Head of Cards Strategy - Permanent tsb bank - Ireland

Payment Specialists

"Working close with Savantor's professionals over the years in the payment arena. I appreciate the skills and knowledge these guys have and will surely engage with them when opportunities arise. The current engagement with Savantor is full to satisfaction and beyond."

Idsert Walta, Head of Banking Categories - Nordea - Scandinavia

Acquirer Transformation

"We needed a programme manager for a complex transformation who also brought a broad understanding to help stakeholders through the change. We have been delighted with the delivery and outcomes from this engagement with Savantor."

Michael Liquornik, Executive Vice President - Neovia Financial - UK

Market Insights

"Savantor did a good job in helping us understand the dynamics of a key growth area for Trionis. Savantor's ability to listen and their degree of commitment have always impressed me. They have been of great help in providing us important market insights and I would not hesitate to work with them again in future."

Ernst Verbeek, Managing Director - Trionis - Belgium

Credit Risk Review for New Product Launch

"We needed expert help at short notice and Savantor were very impressive in their response and knowledge. The results were very clear and useful, enabling us to quickly make good progress on the next steps."

Sami Karhunen, Head of Business Intelligence and SME Sales - Point Transaction Systems Oy - Finland

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